**Liverpool appear dominant when entertain Fulham . But because there is no goal that is created, any additional points to make one step 'The Red' pursuit of the Champions League next season's ticket increasingly heavy.
Playing at Anfield, Sunday (11/4/2010), Liverpool launched an offensive barrage for the attack on the Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer who was escorted by. However, Lady Luck was not overshadow Liverpool which ultimately must be satisfied with the score 0-0.
With this result, the desire Liverpool finish in the four major would not only increasingly difficult. Gang Anfield position in the ranking of the six championship was vulnerable displaced because underneath there is Aston Villa who have two games more than Liverpool, with only two points behind it.
Both Liverpool and Fulham are both not able to make a goal during the match at Anfield was thoroughly 45 minutes. As a result, the score was still 0-0 at halftime interval.
Liverpool made an early opportunity after only five minutes walk. Steven Gerrard bait bait casting distance from the left and eventually joined David N'Gog with thin broad volley kick from the goal.
Liverpool created another opportunity in the 22nd minute. From the left side, to release Ryan Babel cross and Alberto Aquilani welcomed with tandukan that are still on target.
Eight minutes later, Mark Schwarzer was forced to perform a rescue. From cooperation N'Gog and Aquilani, Javier Mascherano controlled the ball and then fired shots that make long distance and Schwarzer had to berjibaku.
Daniel Agger tried hard to open fire in the minutes of injury time. But the direction is still soaring.
One another golden opportunity for Liverpool was born on 62 minutes. This time the results of Babel tried to kick as he pushed over Schwarzer dropped. Light touch from the goalkeeper to make the ball actually hit the pole.
Seven minutes later once again successfully created opportunities only Liverpool. This time the bait Gerrard can continue N'Gog although its direction is not right on target.
Sotiris Kyrgiakos also recorded a golden chance for Liverpool. At 76 minutes, Dirk Kuyt sent a cross to the far pole and Kyrgiakos welcomed with header from close range which again still can not break down the Fulham goal.
Liverpool: Reina, Johnson, Kyrgiakos, Carragher, Agger, Aquilani (Kuyt '65), Mascherano, Maxi, Gerrard, Babel (Benayoun '72), Ngog (Pacheco '79)
Fulham: Schwarzer, Baird, Hangeland, Hughes, Konchesky, greening (B Riise '82), Murphy (Dikgacoi '76), Etuhu, Duff, Nevland, Zamora (vinegar Okaka '68)